Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Admob (the mobile ad network owned by Google) recently surveyed 1431 tablet device owners to learn more about their usage habits. The survey found that gaming was the number 1 activity for tablet owners and searching is the 2nd most popular activity on tablet devices. This is noteworthy as this is a behavior change from traditional desktop and laptop usage, where searching the web and using email are the top activities. However, what is truly remarkable about the behavior change reported in the AdMob study is that owners are now spending more time using their tablet devices than they are…

The Boston Globe has just published it’s list of “The 25 most stylish Bostonians” and I’m not on it. And I’m starting to think that I may owe SEM industry observer, Meredith A.C. Roth, an apology….

Apple Inc. said Monday that it has sold one million of its new iPad tablet computers in the month after its launch, meaning it has been selling them more than twice as fast as it sold the iPhone back when it was new….

This just in, or as they say in the UK, Stop Press: Jack Marshall of ClickZ reports that former deputy Prime Minister and member of the U.K. Labour Party, John Prescott, is encouraging supporters to click on Google pay-per-click ads sponsored by the Conservative Party, in order to diminish the campaign budget of Labour’s major political rivals….

If you create something so bad that it goes viral, is it a public relations disaster or a video marketing triumph? That’s the question that journalists and bloggers are asking after watching HostingYourParty, which tells you how to host a Microsoft Windows 7 House Party. Microsoft is putting a Tupperware-style twist on the upcoming Windows 7 rollout — launching a new initiative to encourage thousands of employees, partners and technology enthusiasts to throw parties in their homes and communities to demonstrate and help spread the word about its new operating system. People accepted as official launch party hosts will get…